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Luca di Montezemolo insists that Stefano Domenicali is safe as team principal

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September 13, 2011 7:39 AM

I tell you what :
-Pay attention Stefano !By the time being you are still on the horse. But how long that's gonna last, I can give you no guarantee !
And yes, it's a diplomatic signal of intent for Newey as well!

dave - Unregistered

September 13, 2011 8:36 AM

For me, Ferrari are usually "The Enemy" more so these days, their driver and his support driver.

But as a F1 fan and civilian, I do love SD, he is a lovely guy who has worked his way up from being the kid who turned up and swept the car park, he will always get a lot of respect for that.

Italians are passionate, the Press hysterical, if they need a head to roll, LdM can go, floppy hair and all.

MikeG - Unregistered

September 13, 2011 8:42 AM

So I guess more of the same can be expected from Ferrari next year. If you don't change anything in a losing team then how do you expect to win next year ?

Luca - Unregistered

September 13, 2011 10:11 AM

Is Whombat a family member of Luca di Montezemolo?
This is the Alonso better then Schumi fool.. All that garbage is so one side and lacks vision. Ferrari were limited before Todt and Brawn - and I get the feeling they're there again... headed by this bafoon.

rfd1 - Unregistered

September 13, 2011 11:30 AM

Almost a year. It would seem that the heart and soul of the Formula One circus could make enough improvement to join the boys at the front of the pack. I can't comprehend making apologies instead of progress. When your very reason for existing is to win, and you are so far off the pace, it's time, has been time, to take a fresh view - Stefano take note. Alonso, apparently, is not the development driver he trumpets himself to be, nor "The Best Driver in F1". He may be second in the standings but he really isn't second is he, he's a way distant second. Felipe has been relegated to sucking hind teat to Wonder Boy and disallowed from doing everything he might do for the team (except, of course, getting out of the way). I would think that the car set up to FA's liking is not a winning car. I am sure, knowing Italian temperment, that the factory will do all it can to win, so the problem's not there. Oh my Ferrari, wither thou goest...

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